March 13, 2021 3:00PM-4:00PM
1400 HENRIETTA AVE.
WEST PALM BEACH, FL 33401
Come join the Office of Sustainability and Community Greening in the Food Forest to learn about green jobs. The in-person portion of this workshop will be limited to the first 15 who register due to COVID social distancing protocols. Participants must be City of West Palm Beach residents in order to qualify to attend the workshop. Those who cannot attend in-person can watch the workshop live on Facebook from 3:00PM-4:00PM on March 13th (@WPBGreen and @communitygreening).
IF YOU CANNOT ATTEND IN PERSON, JOIN US FOR THE FACEBOOK LIVE!
WE WILL ANSWER ALL YOUR QUESTIONS AT THE END.
Name (first and last)
City of West Palm Beach Property Address
Did you know? You may qualify for additional (free) programs!
We also give away FREE 55-gallon rain barrels to City of West Palm Beach water customers. This program requires a separate registration and virtual workshop beforehand. Visit
to register today!
And we give away FREE trees as well! This program requires a separate registration. Visit
to complete your Tree Application today.
Another program that you may qualify for is our High-Efficiency Toilet Voucher Program. We offer free $125 vouchers to replace older toilets in residential and commercial properties. This program is ongoing. Visit
for more info and to apply.
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